A 10-second clip from the camera released by Chongqing police showed that a female passenger was yelling at the male driver while being under control shortly after 10am. on Sunday.
The 48-year-old woman attacked the driver with her cell phone while she fought back with his right hand.
When he suddenly hit him, he sharply turned the steering wheel to the left, turning the movement forward, before crashing into the rails at the side of a bridge – it sounds screaming as it stops the video.
The release of the clip ends the mystery surrounding the cause of the deadly crash, which has begun to capture China amid extensive television coverage of a massive search and recovery effort.
For days after the accident, bus no. 22 was located in the depth of the Yangtze River – in waters over 70 meters (230 feet) deep.
The video from the earlier released earlier version of the car had shown the bus charging on the ugly side of the road without warning before hitting the railings of the Wanzhou Yangtze No. Bridge. 2 and sank in the river.
The police said they contributed what happened on the basis of videos from the recording instrument recovered by the divers as well as 2300 hours of video surveillance along the bus route and numerous witnesses.
In their conclusions, the authorities accused the 42-year-old driver of not following the appropriate safety procedures, but ruled out any anomalies in his mental state. It was also found that the bus has no mechanical problems.
The statement concluded that both the passenger and the driver had violated the laws to seriously endanger public safety.
The bus went out of the river on Wednesday and the divers have so far recovered 13 bodies with two more missing.